Ghanaian international Richard Ofori is aiming to win the CAF Confederations Cup with Orlando Pirates.
The South African side will battle RS Berkane of Morocco at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium in Uyo, Nigeria on Friday for the trophy and Ofori insists they are well poised for it.
“We have come a long way and the journey wasn’t easy,” said Ofori as per Sun Sport.
“We can’t be satisfied with just being in the final, that’s not enough for this club. We have to go out there and win the trophy.
“No one remembers the losing finalists so it’s not an achievement to just be in the final. We have to make it count by bringing the trophy home.
“The only people remembered are the ones who made history, the ones who went out there and got the job done. We all know this and as players we always talk about this.
“This club has been in many finals but people only talk about teams that actually won. No one talks about the final under coach Eric Tinkler.
“So, that’s a clear message for us. If we want people to talk about us when they talk about the club’s history, then we need to win.” He added.
Ofori has conceded just two goals in the competition this season and will be instrumental of Pirates are to win.